Distracted by his son's accident, Sgt. Getraer mistakenly releases a narcotics suspect.

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Officer Jon Baker
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Park Employee
Henry Olek ...
Dutch
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Betty Getraer
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Capt. Haskell
Brianne Leary ...
Officer Sindy Cahill
Brodie Greer ...
Officer Barry Baricza
Paul Linke ...
Officer Arthur Grossman
Lew Saunders ...
Officer Gene Fritz
Kirk Calloway ...
Danny
Marc Gilpin ...
Timmy Getraer
Larry Golden ...
Herb Singer
Mina Vasquez ...
Joan Ramirez
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Distracted by his son's accident, Sgt. Getraer mistakenly releases a narcotics suspect.

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3 March 1979 (USA)  »

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When Getraer's son is hit by the car, one can see that a dummy was used. See more »

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Sgt. Joseph Getraer: Will you get out of here. You're blowing my cover.
Officer Frank Poncherello: Uh-uh. I'm writing you a ticket. My Sergeant says I can write as many as I want.
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Re-capturing A Narcotics Suspect
23 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode,Sgt.Joseph Getraer releases a dangerous narcotics suspect as he was distracted by his son's accident.CHP's Jon Baker and Frank Poncherello track the suspect down.

This is one excellent episode as the viewer gets a glimpse on how CHP's work on the freeways and the highways.While the show is characterized by flying cars and chase scenes,this one episode stands out as we get emotional with Getraer.Also,we see how Baker and Ponch play police in trying to re-capture a narcotics suspect.

Great acting by Robert Pine,Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada.This is definitely a must-see CHiPs episode.


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